On the 27th January 2011, a one-day orientation workshop on CLTS was held in Patna, Bihar. Organized by the Public Health Engineering Department (PHED), DFID supported Sector Wide Approach to Strengthen Health SWASHT Programme and CLTS Foundation, the workshop explored the possibility of introducing CLTS in Bihar. It was inaugurated by the Honourable Minister PHED Sri Chandra Mohan Rai. Dr.
Original Query: V. Kurian Baby, Socio-Economic Unit Foundation (SEUF), Kerala
Posted: 3 August 2006
Reforms in water and sanitation (watsan) sector have by now become institutionalized through: (a) pilot testing of alternate service delivery models by donors and GoI in selected locations and subsequent scaling up into programmes such as Swajaldhara and TSC across the country; (b) evidences of community acceptance, confidence and credibility in genuine reforms (c) demonstrated willingness to pay for assured, reliable and quality water services demonstrated at community level and (d) vesting watsan governance as a desirable responsibility to PRIs.